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Amelia Earhart, between 1920 and 1937
Amelia Earhart

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Lindbergh Received the Distinguished Flying Cross
June 11, 1927

Lots of people are fascinated by the idea of human flight. Did you know that eight years after Lindbergh's trip, Amelia Earhart became the first person to complete an even longer flight from Hawaii to California? (She later apparently died in a mysterious plane crash as she attempted to fly around the world in 1937.) Today, some people fly across the country for work and return home on the same day. Do you think that someday we'll make the same sort of trips into space?
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